Multiculturalism

This list includes every page tagged with "Multiculturalism."

  • By Eric Bliss
    From Pacific Western Region
    How do we learn to live, as people and as congregations, like we are worthy of love? How do we live into compassion for ourselves and others?
  • By Tandi Rogers
    From Pacific Western Region
    How do we as people and as congregations meet the intensity of this moment with curiosity instead of defensiveness?
  • By Jonipher Kūpono Kwong
    From Pacific Western Region
    Many of our congregations can sometimes get stuck in polarized, either/or thinking. Are you an atheist or a theist? Are you racist or woke? The deeper spiritual truth is such divisions are an illusion.
  • By Sarah Gibb Millspaugh
    From Pacific Western Region
    In our striving to do our best and be our best, we as people and we as congregations can sometimes gravitate toward perfectionism--a force that cuts us, and others, down. How can we learn to honor the good about who we are and what we're accomplishing, knowing that it's incomplete, knowing that it's imperfect?
  • By Sarah Movius Schurr
    From Pacific Western Region
    How do we learn to live into our hopes, both in our personal lives and in our shared lives as congregations? We explore the shift from despair to hope.
  • By Sarah Gibb Millspaugh
    From Pacific Western Region
    What would our communities and our lives be like if we lived from our faith more than from our fear?
  • By Tandi Rogers
    From Pacific Western Region
    Shifting from the hyperindividualistic thinking embedded in so much of American culture to an interdependent collective way of being.
  • By Tandi Rogers
    From Pacific Western Region
    A series of reflections and resources for the seven theological and organizational shifts the Pacific Western Region staff promote in our work.
  • By Elaine McArdle
    From UU World

    Commission on Institutional Change is collecting testimony through end of September; 60 percent of survey respondents see antiracism work as most important to future of Unitarian Universalism.

  • By Jonalu Johnstone
    From Skinner House Books
    In this insightful guide, minister Jonalu Johnstone provides an introduction to reading sacred texts, discusses Unitarian Universalist views of scripture, and suggests ways to use sacred texts within our congregations.